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I WOULD LIKE TO USE A STEPPER MOTOR IT AS A NORMAL MOTOR TO DRIVE A BUTTERFLY CAPACITOR

Apr 6th 2012, 19:47

vassile52

Joined: Mar 23rd 2011, 03:43
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Hi!

I did disassemble a SONCEBOZ 7165R001, small linear actuators using 2-phaqse stepping motors.
I would like to use the motor to drive a hv huge butterfly capacitor as a normal electric motor.

How to use it,pse?

I did find on goggle this info


ACP&D Limited - Small linear actuators
www.acpd.co.uk/sonceboz-linear-actuators.html
small linear actuators using 2-phaqse stepping motors


http://www.acpd.co.uk/sei/s/1488/sonceboz%20small%20linear%20actuator%207165.pdf


Power supply to the SYS1 board is 35v, driver is a DRV50 set at 4A, Sonceboz 6600R174 motor 4.7A, at the motor end connection I checked the two pairs of two wires one pair make G & GW the second pair make R & RW, with no load 360 + & 360 - works well, under load (cutting) -360 loses steps, first pair of wires read 3.9 to 4 volts, second pair read 5.8 to 6 volts same readings whether clock wise or anti clock.
Have tried the motor on a different axis output and works as it should no problem, the problem has to be in the driver board, been in touch with Roy @ DIYCNC sending it back for him to check out and repair.
What i would like to find out is what voltage readings should I be seeing on the two pairs of wires should they be the same? should one pair be different? I know one is Step the other is Dir but that is as far as my electrical knowhow goes.

Tnx for help!
73 de VA6POP
Vasile

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